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Here at Michigan and other Mayhem, two non-professional researchers will intrigue you with interesting stories about Michigan murders, mysteries, odd facts, and other mayhem from around the world. Two sisters-in-law will keep you guessing about what our next subject will be as we discuss true crime, paranormal, historical, and scientific topics. Our weekly podcast will keep you entertained and possibly titillated.

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Continuing the Conversation: A Jane Doe in Michigan is Solved 40 Years Later

Continuing the Conversation: Delores Griffin disappeared decades ago. Six months after her disappearance, her husband committed suicide. Forty years later, the case was broken open.

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Show Notes: Wallace Souza Brazillian TV Presenter and Politician Turned Murder and Michigan Jan Doe Cases Solved

This show, “Michigan and other Mayhem”, is a sort of factual, slightly comical, always earnest podcast about interesting stuff in Michigan and around the world. It is done by two sisters-in-law (Ali and Jenn) that like to talk about random interesting stories.  Expect cults, mysteries, murder, fast talking, and a couple of mental palate cleansers… and cuss words.  Those happen on this show, a lot.

Click Here To Listen To Episode 42: Wallace Souza, Michigan Jan Doe Cases Solved

Alerts:

  • Pretend podcast music because Jenn likes it. 
    • Ali has a weird laugh.  It is often loud.

Ali and Jenn had a heated discussion before recording about romantic relationships. It shows. Jenn got a haircut with bangs.  It cut ten years off her look, but she feels like it was 10 years off her life.

Wallace Souza

Wallace Souza is a Brazilian TV host with his own show Canal Live.  (It is similar to the show Cops in America.) It was about crime and social injustice. It ran from 1989 until 2008. Prior to working as a television presenter and politician, Wallace worked as police officer in the late 1970’s.  He had been fired from his job as an officer when he was arrested for pension fraud and petrol theft.

Here we inserted jokes about people who commit fraud and theft naturally morph into politicians.

He began his career in politics in 1998 with the Liberal Party.  He later became part of the Social Christian Party and then again moved to the Amazonian legislative party.

In 2009, he was accused of hiring a hitman to kill five people. Police grew suspicious when they noticed that he was always the first on location at crime scenes. A police officer accused him of carrying out one of the murders, himself. There were times that the police arrived on the scene only to find Wallace already there recording his show.

They found weapons, ammunition, and cash in his home when it was searched. He was charged with murder, drug trafficking, witness tampering, and creating a criminal gang. It was believed that he worked with his son for drug trafficking.  Wallace died of a heart attack in 2010. Netflix has a documentary series called “Killer Ratings” that is focused on his life.

Michigan Jane Doe Cases Solved

Mary Silvani

An unidentified woman was found shot to death by a hiking trail on the Nevada side Lake Tahoe in 1982.  The woman had been sexually assaulted and shot twice in the head. She was dressed as someone who was ready to spend time at the lake, wearing a bathing suit under her t-shirt and jeans. No identification was found near the body and she did not match any missing persons reports. She was named after the trail she was found by, being called Sheep’s Flat Jane Doe. 

The murdered woman was believed to be of European descent based on an inoculation scar on her left arm and the type of dental work she had performed. (Europeans used to be inoculated for tuberculosis and smallpox, causing a scar on their arm.  Ali’s dad has one.)

Detectives were able to retrieve DNA from her attacker on her bloody shirt and more came from a rape kit that was performed. She was buried and the case went cold after searches failed. The original detective from the case retired but it was opened again when the sheriff’s office created a cold case squad in 2014, 32 years after her body’s discovery.

In 2015, Detective Dave Jenkins, from the cold case squad, came forward with a new theory.  He believed that the woman was possibly an American who had purposefully separated from her family. He believed that a missing report hadn’t been filed because no one knew to miss her. In 2018, Detective Jenkins’ theory started to get some traction. After attending a lecture on forensic genealogy given by Dr. Colleen Fitzpatrick, who works with the DNA Doe Project, he solicited her help in identifying the suspect they believed murdered the Jane Doe.

At the same time, Detective Jenkins was combing through DNA databases trying to find her identity. It took a lot of work, several databases, reverse engineering, and good old-fashioned police work. Trying to determine whether or not the Jane Doe might be a woman named Mary Edith Silvani, they contacted Detroit police and people who used to live next to her in the 1970’s and 1980’s. The Detroit police were able to locate fingerprints from a 1974 loitering case against Mary Silvani.  They considered the fact that the prints had survived all of these years in a massive warehouse pretty rare.  They matched Sheep’s Flat Jane Doe.

Taking the information from the prints and DNA snippets, police were able to find two distant cousins and a nephew in the public genetic databases. They determined definitively that Sheep’s Flat Jane Doe was truly Mary Silvani who was born in Pontiac, MI on September 29, 1948. She grew up in Detroit with her two brothers, Robert and Charles, and with her father, who was her primary caretaker.  Their father died in 1964 when Mary was 16 years old. Mary’s mother was estranged from her husband and children years before and she also died in 1980.

After Mary’s father’s death, Mary and her brothers moved to the Bronx for a short time, to be with their aunt.  However, they moved back to Michigan so they could finish high school in Detroit. After that the three children split up. Mary and her brother Charles moved to California.  Robert stayed in Detroit and had a son, Robert Silvani Jr., the nephew that would later be linked to Mary’s body, before abandoning his child and also leaving for California.

Robert Jr., who is now 53 years old, grew up without any family on his father’s side. His paternal grandmother was estranged from her children, his paternal grandfather had passed away.  His Aunt Mary and Uncle Charles, and even his father had never contacted their family in Michigan again after moving to California.

Police were able to link Mary’s body to her brother Charles.  Charles had been wanted by the police regarding a fatal shooting in Fresno, California of a bar owner in 1972.  His accomplice in the murder of the bar owner was charged and convicted.  Charles, himself, was briefly a John Doe, with his body being found three months after his sister’s death in 1982.  He had committed suicide.

The detectives found more information in the genetic databases; they found the identity of Mary’s killer with the help of Dr. Colleen Fitzpatrick. The man suspected of her rape and murder was an illegitimate child, matching as a grandson to a Texas couple. He had been raised by his mother away from his father’s family and was given a different last name as he was born out of wedlock. James Richard Curry had confessed early in 1983 to the murder of three women in California. James had attempted to commit suicide after being taken into custody and died from his injuries at age 33, on January 7, 1983. It was his children that provided their DNA so that the police were able to make a conclusive match to Mary’s killer.

https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/2019/05/09/sheeps-flat-jane-doe-detroit-nevada/1141658001/

Delores Griffin

Delores Griffin, who was 34 years old, disappeared from her home in Romeoville, Illinois, on October 24, 1975. Delores’ daughter, Sheila Henson, came home and found both her mom and her mom’s car were missing.  Sheila, who is the oldest child of three, was only 13 years old when her mom disappeared. Immediately, Sheila and her two siblings believed something terrible had happened.  They had an extremely abusive father and a mother who was always home when her children arrived.

Sheila claims that when her mother disappeared her dad came home covered in mud and then burnt the clothes he was wearing. His behavior, that day, was considered strange by his children and he grew increasingly erratic until he committed suicide six months later. Sheila is quoted as saying, “We knew he killed her. We just knew it. We all knew she would never come back.” Delores’ mom raised her three children after the death of their parents.

Shortly after Delores disappeared from her Illinois hometown, in 1975, the body of a woman was found in Sterling State Park in Michigan. The female body was floating in one of the park’s lagoons. She had been severely beaten.  Both her cheek bone and jaw were broken, and she had stab wounds to the chest, penetrating her heart. Monroe County Sheriff’s office took fingerprints evidence, hair samples, and her silver wedding band. The fingerprints were sent to Detroit for a match, but nothing was found. She was buried as a Jane Doe in Roselawn Memorial Park.

In the late 2010’s Lori Bruski, who works in the missing persons bureau at North Texas University, contacted Detective Mike Preadmore from the Michigan State Police. She was working different cases and noticed the close timeframe from Delores being missing in nearby Illinois to the Jane Doe being found in Monroe County, Michigan. (I looked it up, it was about a four-and-a-half-hour drive between the two areas.) Detective Preadmore was able to obtain DNA from Jane Doe’s hair and then track down her family members for a comparison. It was a match.

It is unknown as to why Mr. Griffin might have chosen Michigan as the dump site. Sheila has a theory that her father might have had a girlfriend in the area. Delores’ mom, who is currently 99 years old, lived to hear that her daughter had been found.  Sheila, who is now 56 years old, is relieved to have found her mother after spending over 40 years looking for her body. Delores’ children are working on having their mother exhumed and moved to Kentucky where they now live. Since Sheila’s father is dead and the case is decades old, it may never be officially closed, however, it is resolved in the minds of Delores’ children.

https://www.bedfordnow.com/news/20190214/puzzling-loss-cold-case-solved-after-43-years

Carole Cole

On January 28, 1981 a female body between the ages of 15 and 21 was found hidden in the trees in Bellevue, Louisiana. She was named the Bossier Doe (baa-see-ur) after the parish she was found in. She was fully clothed, including wearing a belt that said Buffalo Nickle that had a buffalo design. She had freshly painted fingernails. The victim also had also been stabbed nine times.  A knife found near her remains was determined to be the murder weapon.

The young woman was thought to be white with possible Native American ancestry. She had been murdered four to seven weeks before her body was located. Her remains were unrecognizable due to their heightened state of decomposition. They could tell that she had worn braces and had the brackets removed by someone who was not affiliated with orthodontics. (Read that she or someone else just pulled them off of her teeth.) Most of the evidence recovered on scene was lost to a fire in 2005.

Henry Lee Lucas, a known serial killer, was convicted of murdering 11 people and condemned to death. He was known to falsely confess to murders. Henry confessed to the murder of this Jane Doe as well. His claim was not considered credible as he was known to be in Florida, not Louisiana at the time.

Carole Cole and her sister, Linda “Jeanie” Phelps, grew up in Kalamazoo, Michigan primarily in the custody of their grandmother. Their parents had divorced and weren’t always able to take care of their children. Carole, born in 1964, decided to leave Kalamazoo to live with her mom in San Antonio, Texas in 1979.  One year later, at age sixteen, Carole was living at a girl’s home.  The home was in Austin, Texas and was run by the Palmer Drug Abuse Program.  Carole lived there from May of 1980 to October of the same year.

While Carole and her sister Jeanie were separated, they regularly talked to each other on the phone and exchanged letters with each other. Unfortunately, all communications ceased in December of 1980. Their grandma was able to track Carole to a residence in Louisiana that said she had left for a party one night and never returned. For some unknown reason, the medical examiner at the time excluded Carole as being the Jane Doe.

Jeanie filed a missing person report for her sister, Carole. The missing person report was entered into NAMUS database. (National Missing and Unidentified Persons System) As time passed, Jeanie and a childhood friend of Carole, Patty Thorington, used Facebook and Craigslist to gather awareness for Carole’s case. Carole’s grandmother had passed away by this time, but Jeanie would not give up on finding her sister.

On February 6, 2015, the Bossier (baa-see-ur)  Parish sheriff department started a Facebook page for the Bossier Doe. Within one week of the page’s creation, over 1,000 people friended the page. The same day the Facebook page was created, Linda Erickson, a 911 operator, saw the police rendition of what they thought the Jane Doe looked like.  She then notified the detectives when she saw a Craigslist ad with a photo of Carole Cole. The Craigslist ad had been placed by Linda Thorington, Carole’s friend, and a week after the Facebook page was created, sheriffs were emailing Linda.

DNA tests were conducted, and it was confirmed that the Bossier (baa-see-ur) Doe was Carole Cole. Carol’s family was struggling to come up with the money to rebury her and provide her with a headstone. A GoFundMe page was created and on June 18, 2015 Carol was buried in Comstock Township, Michigan.

The person responsible for her murder is believed to possibly be John Chesson, who had a history of being abusive.  It was John Chesson, his daughter, Frances, and his son, who found Carol’s body in the woods. Frances believes her father killed Carol and then brought his children hunting with him for the first time, so he could have an alibi when the body was found. He was considered a person of interest by the police for Carol’s murder and was convicted of killing his estranged wife’s former mother in law. John’s son, one of the witnesses to finding Carol’s body, committed suicide in 2008. John Chesson is incarcerated for life for the murder of his mother in law.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Carol_Cole

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Continuing the Conversation: Bossier Jane Doe Solved

Continuing the Conversation: Carol Cole, originally from Michigan disappeared in December of 1980.  She remained a missing person until she became associated with the Bossier Jane Doe found in Louisiana. Crime Watch Daily tells the story.

 

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Wallace Souza Brazillian TV Presenter and Politician Turned Murder and Michigan Jan Doe Cases Solved

Today Jenn talks about Wallace Souza, former police officer, politician, news show host, and murderer. Ali talks about three different cases involving Jane Doe cases and their connection to Michigan.

Click Here To Listen To Episode 42

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Continuing the Conversation: Woman Goes to Great Length to Maintain a Relationship

Continuing the Conversation: Shanna Golyar killed a romantic rival and assumed her identity so she could harass herself and a man they were both dating.  After being convicted of murder, Shanna demanded a new trial because a body was never found. Read the article below to find out what happened.

https://www.omaha.com/news/courts/woman-convicted-of-killing-impersonating-romantic-rival-asks-nebraska-supreme/article_104e6d58-6918-5fda-930c-d79d938ae511.html

 

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Continuing the Conversation Woman Carjacked, Kidnapped, and Strangled from Bed Bath & Beyond Parking Lot in Taylor Michigan

Continuing the Conversation: This week we talked about how Taylor Michigan is back on the map. A Women was carjacked in the Parking Lot of Bed Bath & Beyond and later strangled unconscious and left off Eureka Road in Taylor Michigan.

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Continuing the Conversation: Coworker Violence For An Unusual Reason

Continuing the Conversation:  Annie Lee Cole killed her coworker, Stella Sproule, in order to assume Stella’s identity and avoid her own criminal past.  It did not work in Annie’s favor. You can read more on the story below:

Click here to read the story from Community.seattletimes.nwsource.com

 

 

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Show Notes: Woman Carjacked in Parking Lot in Taylor, MI, Killer Assumes Victims Identity

This show, “Michigan and other Mayhem”, is a sort of factual, slightly comical, always earnest podcast about interesting stuff in Michigan and around the world. It is done by two sisters-in-law (Ali and Jenn) that like to talk about random interesting stories.  Expect cults, mysteries, murder, fast talking, and a couple of mental palate cleansers… and cuss words.  Those happen on this show, a lot.

Click Here To Listen To Episode 41: Woman Carjacked in Parking Lot in Taylor, MI, Killer Assumes Victims Identity

 

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    • Ali has a weird laugh.  It is often loud.

Ali and Jenn discuss Bed, Bath, and Beyond. Jenn is not a fan, even with their coupons. She also possibly offends people who live in Taylor, MI. She then complains about the way Ali asks her questions about her stories. Jenn definitely had some critiques today.

Woman Kidnapped From Taylor, MI

June 6, 2018, a woman was carjacked in Taylor, MI from a Bed, Bath, and Beyond store parking lot at eight in the morning. She was then forced to drive around the city, stopping at an ATM to withdraw money for her captor. He then forced her out of the car when they were on Eureka road. He then strangled the woman unconscious with her phone’s charging cord. He then left her on the side of the road.

Both Ali and Jenn speculate that he may have believed she was dead.

She did regain consciousness and was able to call for help at a local business. She had lacerations on her neck. Later in the week, the carjacker was arrested in Detroit while still driving her car.  

Killer Assumes Victims Identity

Shanna Golyar

In Omaha, Nebraska, a man named David Kroupa was casually dating a couple women.  One was named Cari Farver, a 37-year-old woman he had last dated in 2012.  David was also dating Shanna Golyar and not long after, Cari disappeared. That’s when the harassment started.

Cari Farver was sending tens of thousands of emails, texts, and phone calls. They were threatening in nature and being sent to David, women he was dating, especially Shanna, and his friends. The communications went on for four years as David was seemingly stalked by Cari. Shanna’s property was vandalized, her residence suffered a fire, and she was shot in the leg. Through the whole process Shanna Golyar stuck with David.

In 2012, Cari had spent an evening with David and then disappeared physically.  Cari would only contact people through social media and the thousands of messages sent to David and his circle of friends. Her four-year-old son was abandoned, with Cari posting a FaceBook message saying she would be gone for an indeterminate amount of time so that she could “sort things out”. She even posted that her son wanted to go with her, but she refused to take him.

Just to give you an idea: One email sent from Cari’s account in January of 2013 shows a woman bound and gagged in the truck of a car. The email said the person in the trunk was Shanna and if David didn’t agree to date her, Cari, he’d never see Shanna again. There were photos sent of David’s home, car, and children with the subject lines of “Watching” and “See, I am really here”. The thousands of texts of this manner were sent to David from 25 different phone numbers.

In 2015, David Kroupa broke up with Shanna and the harassment began to slow down before stopping.  The police were working on tracing the emails and they all led back to Shanna and not Cari.  Evidence led the police to believe that Shanna ambushed Cari shortly after she had a night out with David, in 2012, killing her.  Shanna then began to impersonate Cari on social media and in the harassing communications.

When detective searched a storage unit that belonged to Shanna’s ex-boyfriend, they found a tablet with pictures on the memory card. One of the pictures was of Cari Farver’s left foot, which had a tattoo of the word “Mother” in Chinese. A forensic pathologist testified that there is evidence of decomposition in the picture of the foot. She also noted that there was a small white mark on her skin which is known as a “scuff mark” that appears when a dead person’s skin is touched. Another picture showed a woman’s thigh, and again one of Cari’s tattoos are visible.

Detectives were also able to coordinate data from cellphones and IP addresses that were tied to the emails that were supposed to have come from Cari but were linked to Shanna. There were also voice recordings of Shanna pretending to be a third person that she was trying to frame for the crime of killing Cari. Emails that described Cari’s murder as a stabbing that took place in Shanna’s vehicle were found.  The emails also described how Cari was then wrapped in a tarp, set on fire, and then thrown away. The most damning evidence was when forensics also found blood soaked into the passenger seat of Shanna’s car, and it matched Cari’s DNA. Shanna Golyar was given a life sentence in jail and another 18 to 20 years on top of that for when she committed arson, setting her home on fire.

https://www.omaha.com/news/courts/supreme-court-rejects-appeal-in-bizarre-case-of-woman-who/article_ac596653-3b7c-5375-83b9-8f1aed5083ab.html

https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/real-life/woman-jailed-for-murdering-love-rival-and-assuming-victims-identity-in-four-year-stalking-campaign/news-story/f4e8bda4f0deda4c76cbc8da50ae7636

Annie Lee Cole

Annie Lee Cole had criminal charges for writing bad checks and was probably going back to jail.  To avoid jailtime she came up with a plan. (Jenn is going to like this plan because it involves one of her favorite topics, coworker violence.)

Annie worked with Stella Sproule at Transpak, an auto supply company in Sterling Heights, Michigan. They arranged to meet up with each other on Stella’s lunch period.  Stella was going to give Annie an application to a department store. Instead of Annie showing up, two teenage males arrived. Their names are Leander Foster and Steward McCoy. They told Stella that they were sent by Annie, then pulled a gun out. The two then had Stella drive to a vacant building in Detroit where they then shot her in the head three times. They took Stella’s car and the eight dollars that were in her purse.

Police then received a phone call from a woman named “Betty Cole”.  Betty told police that her sister Annie Cole was missing. Betty then explained that she had received a strange call about where her sister might be. Police were then directed to the abandoned building in Detroit where Stella’s body was found. Annie then showed up at the building, told police she was Betty Cole, and identified Stella’s body as her own.  She then requested for the body to be cremated that day. Annie’s plan to kill her old criminal identity and assume Stella Sproule’s was almost complete.

According to Deputy Chief George Clarkson, the funeral home was about to burn the body, but the police didn’t feel like they had the complete story. During follow-up the police were able to find Annie’s brother, who let police know that she was still alive. The biggest break came when Annie used Stella’s credit card, on the night Stella was murdered, at a department store and was caught on video.

Annie’s children, twin 10-year-old girls, testified against her. They told the courts how their mother was lying to the department store personnel about how she came to have the credit card. They told the courts about their mom driving them to the scene of the crime and a funeral home. At the funeral home, Annie had told her girls not to refer to her at their mom but Aunt Betty instead.

Stella had been selected as a victim because she had a “good name”.

Annie was charged and convicted of first-degree premeditated murder, felony murder, and armed robbery. I read an appeal by Annie Lee Cole, in which all her attempts were denied. One example is she tried to say her mom didn’t have authorization to allow police to search the room she was using as a bedroom, but the courts disagreed. One thing that did catch my interest, is at the bottom of the appeal it mentioned that she had not pointed out that she was convicted of both first-degree premeditated murder and felony murder and it was against the constitutional guarantee against double jeopardy. The appeal noted that the felony murder charge had to be dropped but the other convictions were affirmed.

According to OTIS (Offender Tracking Information System) Leander Foster, the person who did shoot Stella, was given life in prison for armed robbery.  He also received 33-60 years for first-degree premeditated murder, and two years for a felony weapons charge. I could not find Steward McCoy in OTIS.

https://law.justia.com/cases/michigan/court-of-appeals-unpublished/1997/19970214-c186701-0036-186701-opn.html

https://www.deseretnews.com/article/352988/DESPERATE-WOMAN-DEVISED-MURDER-PLOT-POLICE-SAY.html

https://www.apnews.com/94ca137522270ef3ba3ddd733392c41c

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Woman Carjacked in Parking Lot in Taylor, MI, Killer Assumes Victims Identity

Today we talked about a woman was carjacked in Taylor, MI. We also talk about a killer who assumed her victim’s identity. Tune in to find out who, when, and why.

Click Here To Listen To Episode 41

 

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